Definition of Inching

1. Verb. (present participle of inch) ¹



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Definition of Inching

1. inch [v] - See also: inch

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Inching

inchantresses
inchants
incharitable
incharity
inchase
inchased
inchases
inchasing
inchastities
inchastity
inchaunt
inched
incher
inchers
inches
inching (current term)
inchingly
inchlong
inchman
inchmeal
inchmen
inchoactive
inchoactives
inchoate
inchoated
inchoatedness
inchoately
inchoateness
inchoatenesses
inchoates

Literary usage of Inching

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1. The Excise Officer's Manual, and Improved Gauger: Being a Compendious by Joseph Bateman (1840)
"tA more certain mode of inching a cask is by pouring in water from a known measure, and taking the dip from time to time, either inputting in or drawing out ..."

2. The Prince of India by Robert D. Manning (1998)
"He steps out into the arena, slinking close to the sand, and inching and creeping forward. He suddenly stops dead in his tracks, WHINING, behaving uneasily, ..."

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